North America’s legacy carriers, despite recent orders for new aircraft, are reliant on an increasingly aging fleet to serve their mainline networks, according to data from the Aviation Week Intelligence Network (AWIN). While the general trend toward an older fleet is an inherent trait of being the most mature air transport system in the world, it is also clear that consolidation has diluted attempts in the past decade to simplify not only the fleet types but also how airlines choose to ...
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